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Automatically publish discovered information in HTML

Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 12, 2017

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IP address Management enables you to automatically generate an HTML file that contains the information you select on a timed schedule. For example, you can save this report to your inetpub root directory and provide an automatically-refreshed list of used and available IP addresses on your website.

The default directory is <ALL_USERS_PROFILE>\Application Data\SolarWinds\Toolset.

  1. Click File > Network/Scanner Settings.
  2. Click the Preferences tab, and then check Enable auto-publish to Web.
  3. Specify the directory to save the HTML files.
    The files use the subnet address as the name of the published HTML file.
  4. Specify the publishing interval in the Auto-publish every field.
  5. Select one of these options:
    • Publish all IP Addresses
    • Publish only Reserved, Used, or IP Addresses with comments
  6. Click OK.

Exclude subnet from Automatic Publishing

To exclude a specific subnet from the published HTML file, complete the following task.

  1. Click Subnets > Details.
  2. In the Subnet Details window, select Exclude this subnet when Auto-Publishing to the Web, and then click OK.
 
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